What is the book Too Many pumpkins about?

What is the book Too Many pumpkins about?

A heartwarming classic for more than twenty years, this story shows what happens when one thrifty gardener figures out how to make other people happy with the squash she can’t stomach. Filled with colorful illustrations from a season of gardening, this is a perfect book for young gardeners and pumpkin lovers.

What was the problem in Too Many pumpkins?

The story of Too Many Pumpkins is about a woman named Rebecca Estelle. As a child, Rebecca’s family did not have a lot of money and they had to eat pumpkin all the time. As a result, Rebecca grew to hate pumpkins and never wanted to eat them again.

What reading level is too many pumpkins?

Reading to Kids Books: Too Many Pumpkins. Grade Level: 3rd (GLCs: Click here for grade level guidelines.)

What genre is too many pumpkins?

Too Many Pumpkins/Genres

How many pages does too many pumpkins have?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780823413201
Publisher: Holiday House
Publication date: 01/01/1996
Edition description: REPRINT
Pages: 32

Who wrote too many pumpkins?

Linda White
Too Many Pumpkins/Authors

Who is the author of too many pumpkins?

Linda White is the author of Too Many Pumpkins and Too Many Turkeys. Ms. White lives in Colorado. Megan Lloyd has illustrated many fine books for children, including “Too Many Pumpkins” by Linda White and “The Gingerbread Man” by Eric A. Kimmel.

Can too many pumpkins benefit the community?

In Too Many Pumpkins, a 1996 American Bookseller “Pick of the Lists,” Linda White (who based the book on her own pumpkin-eating aunt Becky) reveals how swallowing one’s personal (pumpkin) prejudices can end up benefiting a whole community.

What happens in too many pumpkins by Linda White?

In the story Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White Rebecca grew up eating so much pumpkin that she never wanted to even see pumpkins again in her life. One year by accident a pumpkin drops off a truck, the seeds plant themselves and a whole pumpkin patch grows in her yard.

What do you think about the pumpkin pages?

The pumpkin pages were a lot of fun. Overall This book was very wordy. I usually flip a couple pages in the library before checking them out, but either I didn’t for this book, or I happened to only see the few pages that had less words. It was a bit long for my 13 month old to sit through, but sometimes I like the longer books at bedtime.

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